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New STEM web site seeks teen input

sparticlAs I wrote in my most recent post, I recently attended the Global Finals of Destination Imagination. While I was there, I met some folks who are building a new STEM web site for teens, especially those ages 13 to 15.

The site, called Sparticl, will feature articles, videos, games and activities. Teens can earn points and badges for participating in the site, sharing content with friends, and contributing content of their own. It’s a project from Twin Cities Public Television.

Sparticl is still in beta right now, which is where you can help. The site’s creators are looking for teenage beta testers to test drive the site and give their feedback about what works — and what needs work. Go to the site if you’d like to sign up.

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